Posted On: 01/13/21 9:41 AM

Ty Chester | 2022 Garber PF

Strong as they come, Chester was dominant in a 25-point showcase against Verdigris. 

Chester is still mobile, if not graceful, in spite of his powerful frame, and he has the skill, most importantly, to execute a catalog of post moves -- although he certainly had his share of using brute-force to get to the rim, as well.

Altogether, Chester is an offensive safe-bet, and his fellow Wolverines relied on him to take and finish good shots or pass it back out to a wing. He also helped TJ BennetTJBennet6'1" | PGGarber | 2021StateOKt get open to hit five 3-pointers in the match, and Verdigris could hardly spare an answer for his talents.


Jawan MukesJawanMukes5'8" | PGEpic Charter | 2021StateOK | 2022 OKC Storm North PG

Mukes was in full-force Friday afternoon against Adair, scoring 18 points against the Warriors and dishing out well-distributed passes to teammates.

He enacted one euro-step, in particular, that may have been the best sell I have seen between his foot-work and eye-work.


Caleb McKinney | 2022 Tulsa Hale G

En route to a 21-point performance against Locust Grove, McKinney showed off his full-range of skills on both ends of the

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